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Nov 16, 2013 6:00pm PST
whatas happening. obviously we don't know what happed but it's ve scary to see all of this activity behind us. >> we s several people running which is typical o a situation where shots are fired. we do have peopleetained but's clear rightow whether they're involved. >> polic say the victim was a man in his 20s. >>with are following a if you thoug the thrt of a b.a.r.t. sike is over,ou might nt to think again. it appears the deal between b.a.r.t. and the union that was reached is now in spute. monte franc is at the b.a.r.t. station th an update for . reporter: well, good evening. at this point the unions are not threateninto strike but just the possibility that they could for a third time this year is not something that b.a.r.t. requ riders want to hear. >> ie always thought it s strange thathey would strike. it ds throw chaos into if it goes on longer tha a couple of days, the we start panicking because everyone has to find al tern ty ways to get >> reporter: b.a.r.t. claim its gotiators signed the wrong deal and that provision should not have been in there. the provision allows b.a
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Nov 26, 2013 6:00pm PST
and jessica, sure it's the cheapest if you don't have to fly, don't have to stay in a hotel and don't go crazy on black friday. perhaps we should put an asterisk next to that aaa claim. >> when you cook them it comes out so moist and tender that you can't believe it. >> the turkeys are so mouth wateringly good that at his shop he's already teeming with revelers. you may stuffed like this when you're done eating one but how light will your wallet feel? >> probably around 18 to 20 pounds. >> that would set you back what? >> probably about $40 to $50. >> reporter: that's typical. the expensive birds can run over $100. surprising some folks at the american farm fur row federation says the average turkey dinner costs less than $50. >> for 50 bucks, no. absolutely not. that would be skimping on quality. >> it's more expensive than you think. little and nickel and dimes thing. there's no way it would be $49. >> while the foodist mats look like a stretch, here's a claim that most people can sink their teeth into. aaa says thanksgiving is the cheapest holiday for travelers. the normal group of any size
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Nov 7, 2013 6:00pm PST
's a good kid. >> a very good kid. >> i don't know, he's joking around, that's all. >> reporter: off camera, thomas' mother said his son was joking when he used the lighter to set fleischmann's clothes on fire. she said her son is extremely remorseful and plans to send a letter to fleischmann apologizing. the family plans to hire an attorney to represent him. he's due back in court for formal arraignment on tuesday. joe rosato jr., nbc bay area fuse. >>> a san jose cop who went after sex offenders could end up registering as well. he pled guilty today to exchanging pornographic photographs with a teenage girl. it happened while he was a detective for the department's sexual assaults investigation unit back in 2011. he will be sentenced in february and faces a minimum of six months in jail. the judge will also decide whether he will have to register as a sex offender, himself. he, by the way, is no longer with the san jose police department. >>> a lot of excitement in the bay area tonight. happening right now, a double dose of traffic on the peninsula. the usual evening commute and the footb
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Nov 29, 2013 6:00pm PST
operators admit it's not always this easy. >> the challenge is that we don't have the market and the budget to push out the advertising. our big box competitors. but we built a cultural following. such a big following more than 150 people lined up today. >> scoot up just a little bit. >> reporter: hours before the store opened. >> local brand. the last year i've only been buying local brand kukui and other stores. keeping it in the bay area. >> no matter where you shop you need to look out for just more than good deals. they offer these safety tips. to protect shoppers. don't take your credit card out until the very last minute. carry your purse close to you. put your wall net your front pocket. and when you head to your car, have your keys out and check the back seat. also, hide your packages in the trunk where they can't be seen through the window. and when you are on your cell phone, that's a perfect time for a thief to grab your bag so spend wisely and safely. and safety experts also recommend that if you are out here shopping with small children, establish a plan before you go into the
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Nov 21, 2013 6:00pm PST
been asking, how can this happen under your nose, the reply was i don't have an answer to that. >> no justice -- >> reporter: hundreds of angry students marched through the spartans campus, demanding to know how the school is responding to allegations that a black student was tormented for months inside a campus dorm room by fellow students. the march ended with the rally in front of the statues of olympians tommy smith and john carlos, two civil rights heroes. >> most students are outraged on the events that have taken place on our campus. >> reporter: prosecutors say three white students spent the first several months of the school year harassing, intimidating and bullying their black roommate on campus. >> if this would have been switched, so you had three african-americans or latino or three asian-american students attacking a white student, the school wouldn't have drug their feet on this. >> reporter: the university says it did not drag its feet in putting a stop to the attacks. prosecutors say the suspects locked the victim in a room several times, flew a confederate fla
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Nov 9, 2013 6:00pm PST
to begin to bring the tmperatures don, you' notice it around the 68 in the north bay tomorrow, south bay including san jose still near 70 degrees for one more day as the j stream starts to dropurther to the south. this hints of some bigger changes ahea chance that partsf the bay area cld see a chance of rain. the weekend is going to finish off dry. but you notice here, eas of north of san francisco as y get into monday night and tuesday, we're expecting to see me rain, not as muchs we ought, but maybe up to a quarter of an irj of rain aund santa sa, napa a tenth of an inch. all ofhis coming in for tuday. now speakingf san jose, maybe just enough t wet the ground. that's a little bit of a problem especially in the south bay when you look at our water year going back touly 1st. weof had just over a half inch of ra. but if you go back to the sta of the year, theecord setting dry spring followedp by this extremely dry fall, our rain totals still under 3 inches of sew there's a chance of rain on tuesday t not hping us out as we get you back to the woweek. so in the south bay near 70 in san jo
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Nov 11, 2013 6:00pm PST
the bad news is, we can't tel you the fireepartment says they don't know, the company says they don't know what wasurning last night, but the answers that we did find today invve a prett otty history for this company, all acrosshe country. this is the kind of stuff that bued for nearly 17 hours at the sims metal recycling plant in reood ty. the company telling us today they're still not ectly sure of everything that caught fire, but anything foundn a car or in a appliance, could have burned. flame retardants onthem, at have plastic, tha have rubber. we're concern about a lot of different particles in the air that a actuallyetting into the wate >> reporter: water and air,oth concerns for the environmental watchdog oup, san francisco bay keeper. and in the cas of sims, the company, wectually have sued e facity in the past. theye had pollution proems at the richmond facility, as well as eir s jose and yward facilities. >> reporter: nbc bay are also found vlations at a sims metal plant in virginia. similar to polluti disvered by the a here indwood city just two years ago. >> ty have pretty muc
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Nov 20, 2013 6:00pm PST
a new solution to patch up the road but they don't like the cost also. >> i'm scott budman, with the latest threat report out of silicon valley. coming up, why you should be extra careful with your mobile device because thieves are tracking you. >> thiefs are also targeting the needy in trying to stomp out the holiday spart, but one community isn't letting that happen without a fight. >> good evening. tracking that latest storm system, now moving off towards the south. but we still have a little bit more in the way for tomorrow. we'll detail that and the full forecast. plus we'll talk about sierra snow ein a few minutes. '. >> a shark washed ashore gasping for breath. kirk lumbard noticed it as he drove by on the great highway. he quickly pulled over to get these pictures. the shark looks very much like a great white, but it's probably a slightly smaller look alike. that shark unfortunately later died and the cause is not known. >> the grinch didn't even wait until christmas to start spoiling the hol dpaps this week, someone stole thanksgiving turkeys from a group that feed
NBC
Nov 19, 2013 6:00pm PST
need lots more so we don't go into a drought mode next summer. >> reporter: the return of the rain is making for slick conditions on bay area roads. oils that have accumulated all summer surface to the top. >> you have to slow down in the rain. you drive the same speed you do on dry roadways. >> reporter: tow truck driver, kenneth rick, can vouch for that. he's been busy as drivers fail to lead the warning. >> it's causing problems. it's making my boss a lot of money. >> reporter: and we are back here live where you can see motorists are maneuvering their way rough the wet conditions in walnut creek. again, the california highway patrol is urging everybody to slow down at least by five miles an hour and don't be distracted by your electronic devices. reporting live in walnut creek, jodi hernandez, nbc bay area news. >> thank you, jodi. >>> the storm is pushing through the bay area as we speak. you just saw jodi in the rain. let's get to nbc bay area's jeff ranieri. what it means for rain tomorrow. are we going to continue to see the type of showers? >> the storm system will hang on
NBC
Nov 6, 2013 6:00pm PST
. they don't seem to know who their patient was. >> this is the lawyer for the family of a whom who vanish from a hospital room only to be found in a hospital stairwell weeks later. >> it's critical for the families to know how their mother died and to know how long she was out there. and to cope with one suffering one might have had, they starved to death or died from dehydrati dehydration. nobody really knows that. >> sheefs admitted to the hospital on october 19. she was reporting missing two days later. the sheriff releasing a time line of movements the hospital made when she couldn't be found. the most glaring error, her race. >> when asked by the deputy for a description, the caller said, quote, she's an african-american lady, 57 years old, female. she's wearing a hospital gown. >> later that day, there was a hospital log entry describing spalding ford as an asian female. new of which are true. >> we're eager to figure out what happened. >> attorney harris says h he's not surprised by what he heard today. >> the kind of rhetoric to hear, we're sorry we're looking into it, we're going
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Nov 5, 2013 6:00pm PST
about. it's not that they ever reached capacity according to a spokeswoman for the graton casino but don't want too many people surging in at once. they kind of limit it kind of like metering lights on the freeway. we spoke to some people out here tonight about what it was like earlier. you can see the rush to get in web t when the doors opened. we're told they opened at 9:00 instead of 10:00. there were so many people outside chanting open, open, open open. here's an opinion of one guy who made it in. >> crowd is out the door. it's going to be a beautiful experience. i'm going to take my eyes and go to another casino where i think my hunch is right. >> reporter: how long you prepared to wait in line to get into the casino? >> maybe a half -- >> reporter: are you feeling lucky tonight. >> oh, yeah. >> reporter: they often go in feeling that way. i got to tell you, though, if you want a parking spot out here and happen to be driving a clean vehicle car, there are dozens of spots available for you. people for the most part are obeying those restrictions on the parking spots for the clean a
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Nov 22, 2013 6:00pm PST
,000 customers still don't have power in the east bay alone. they are also outages in the north bay and south bay. our chief meteorologist jeff ranieri joins us with a look at the top wind gusts. >> and it did gust as high as 65 miles per hour in the oakland hills. hayward at 44. these are not the strongest wind gusts that we've had over the past three years or so. just a long duration of these winds that just continued to batter the bay area last night and also this morning. what you should know is that wind advisory has expired for the east bay and for the north bay, it's only in effect for the hills above 1,000 feet and that's where still up into 10:00 p.m. tonight, we could have wind gusts that range as high as 70 miles per hour. now coming up in that full forecast, we'll have the bottom line on the wind and when everything is expected to come entirely here across the bay area, plus extremely cold nights ahead and the next possibility of rainfall that could bring us some holiday travel issues coming up in that full forecast. >> thanks, jeff. so cold wind and now fire. a fire fueled by high wi
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Nov 13, 2013 6:00pm PST
who either don't know to pull right and stop when they see lights a hear sirens, or they just don't care to. >> people do everything. they wl lock up their brakes in front of us. they'll pull to the right, pull to the left. they'll rn sidews. >> and that can delay response times. toda this crash between school bus and a minivan, as was this medical emergency at an east san jose high hool, but in som cases, every cond matters. drivers we tked with say there'no excuse for not knowing what to do. it is on the california driver's licenstest. >> they pass their driver's ed test, they should kn what to do. i think people are too mucin a hurr >> i think they have the radios on or they're talk on the phone d sometimes it's harto hear. >> that's e reason for these public service announcements that are hitting t air i santa clara count to remind people to pull to the rht for sins and lights. >> ery year in santa cla county,e have 250,000 vehics going to emergency calls using red lightsnd sirens. it's important tt theublic knows they shoulpull to the right and stop. >>on't stop on the freewa
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Nov 23, 2013 6:00pm PST
at the bottom and a clothing store. firefighters don't know what caused flames to spark between those two buildings. because of that there were some utilities in that area so that cause ad little bit of concern for firefighters because there was natural gas that was leaking and sort of fueling that fire that had to get pg and e out quickly to shut off that natural gas before things got worse. everyone was able to get out of those two buildings. most of the upper floors were vacant at the time this fire started. but firefighters still raised this quickly to a three-alarm situation because the buildings were so close together. >> always with san francisco, with the wood frame constructed buildings and zero property lines the buildings right up to one another when a fire starts between two buildings it gets into two buildings and the fire moves quickly. that's why the san francisco department sends such a large response on any fire. >> reporter: firefighters cannot yet say what started the fire. that's something they say may take them some time to figure out. there was substantial damage to
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Nov 27, 2013 6:00pm PST
the weather back east. will anything happen here? >> i don't think so right now. we do have low cloud cover. we do want to take you across to the east coast. we heard about improving delays. that storm system is pretty much gone here down towards the mid-atlantic. just residual snow across d.c. at this hour. let's go ahead and take you into san francisco. we do the cloud cover. temperatures in the 50s. by tomorrow morn, still cloudy. so again, we may face a few ground deb lays do you have to visibility issues by by afternoon tomorrow, we are expecting the sun to come out about 3:00 p.m. temperatures in the mid 60s. so if you're doing any travel on the roadways, here's what you can expect. again, possibly a few light residual delays as we head throughout tomorrow morning. with some of the worst weather in southern california. highway 101 as we've been saying since yesterday from santa maria to about los angeles, that's where we're looking at potential if for showers. that could slow it down on heavy roadway traffic. we'll have details on the full thanksgiving back here across the bay area. s
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Oct 31, 2013 6:00pm PDT
in every city in the bay area. >> reporter: to which critics say don't get mad when other cities do it to you. we have reported that roughly 17 new recruits have graduated from the police academy last month in san jose. either have one foot out the door or have already left. the brass here at police headquarters tell me they have left because of pension reform. the lower benefits that they're getting and the lower disability benefits that they're getting. more to come. damian trujillo, nbc bay area news. >> low morale there. >>> more details on our top story. there have been only three academies in san jose in the last four years. from the december 2009 group, there were no defections. san jose pd laid off 67 graduates because of budget issues. some were later rehired. the rest said, no thanks. the march 2013 academy had no defections and the most recent class which graduated last month had five defections, but according to our sources, 12 others are going through background checks which indicates they could be in the process of getting hired by another city. >>> just into our newsr
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Nov 18, 2013 6:00pm PST
. >> reporte ages 7-year-old so attends the schoolnd says if administrators don't make security change she plans to pull him out. the school district ys safety is the number one priority and issued this statemensaying "at hillview crest today, staff and parents worked together to address a situation ensuring the fety of all involved." >> i'm calling all parents to make sure you are aware of an incident that occurred this morning. at about 8:00 a.m., one o our stents was seen with a kitchen-type knife. >> reporter:his ternoon, the school princal sent out this automated call explaining wha happened, but many parents we upsethey didn't get the call until nearly six hours after the incident. >> you drop off your kisds thinking th, you know,hey're environment, there going to b in a learning environment instead of this,ow that i exrience it, this dangerous environment that can be life threatenin >> reporter: i sat in on tonight's meeting for a short time. i can tell you that the principal vowed to bring in a panel of ex peperts to talk aut bullying ands going t look at how improve security meas
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Nov 12, 2013 6:00pm PST
should also remember we usually don't start to pick up some of oureaviest totals and strongest storms until january, february, and also march in thatforecast. let's gea look right now outside that weather wiow. see low 60s in san fncisco. clear skies across dotown. incredible view tonight. th we'll alsoake you, let's go to the south bay. shall we? see ght aoss the silicon now with temperatures in the low 60s. now as we headhroughout tomorrow's foreca, what you will find is plentyf sunshine in that recast. numbers in the upper 70s forhe east b and also for the sth bay. mid 70s. we'll go with mid 70s as wel fothe north bay a this point. so let get tha 24-hour focast in here. across the south bay, wll art with low 50s, a mix of sun and clouds. low 70s.ternoon, numrs in the a grt afternoon shaping up for us in the south bay. throughout the peninsula, we'll have some of the coldest weather here with upper 40 expected ere. and areasf clouds lining up at the immediate coastline. by the afternoon, n as rm. with temperatures in the upper 60s. then you can see for san francisco, we'll reach tha
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Nov 25, 2013 6:00pm PST
how a younger generation views racial history. >> one way to view it is they don't get it. another way is, oh, they get it, but they're not willing to say they get it. it's a prank, but they know in their hearts of course this is racially motivated. i don't know what it is because i think in the end it matters not because the behavior they exhibit is the same. it's hurtful. in my view, it's racist when these things happen. >> reporter: a view shared by the victim himself. he told san jose police that in every questionable encounter with his roommates, "race has always been used with name-calling and the bike lock," adding that he "saw the bike lock and posting of the confederate flag as references to slavery." the victim's friend also told police that she believes that he did not come forward sooner because he was scared, and she says that he did not want anyone to know that he was "being bullied." >> thank you. >>> just in, the cart service uber is being blasted by a san francisco customer claiming that a driver assaulted him. james alba booked a ride from his home in a castro bar ear
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Nov 1, 2013 6:00pm PDT
species that can use it most readily. >> i don't want to drink out of the creek now and come home and not wake back up. >> reporter: tribe member dawn blake lives on the reservation located near eureka. she believes it's only a matter of time before toxicants in the water could make those in her community sick. >> marijuana operations are potentially destroying the landscape. >> they're killing the animals. they're killing the forest. and they don't care. >> reporter: hikers like rick fleming fear the water issue could affect them as well because of the proximity of the grow sites to water sources. he's part of the high sierra volunteer trail crew. a non-profit dedicated to cleaning up what growers are leaving behind. >> they're completely trashing the place. if we can go in there and safely pick it up, and get it out, then great. >> it's a green rush. >> reporter: a green rush for marijuana instead of gold. at a cost to our environment. >> and it doesn't just impact our state. these are our national treasures. these are our national forests and our national parks. >> and what mak
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Nov 4, 2013 6:00pm PST
in the 60s. but don't worry. it is going to jump up into the 70s. more on that in a second. the only hitch, though, i did want to pinpoint is the air quality. the north bay, it will be moderate levels for tomorrow. if you suffer from allergies, that could cause you problems. inland, temperatures, low 70s as we head throughout tuesday. upper 6 0z by the bay. low 60s at the coastline. little bit warmer for wednesday. we'll start to go back down by thursday. we'll have details coming up in our next possible rain in the few forecast. everybody is looking forward to potentially some raindrops. >> okay thank you, jeff. >>> coming up, a plan to transform a blithed area of the south bay. >>> i'm sam brock. tomorrow voters in the same area will consider school bond measures, measures that are really important for their respective communities. how do you know how much they'll actually cost you? i'm not talking about the number on the ballot, either. tonight's "reality check" we investigate claims that voters are being duped at the polls when it comes to school bonds. stay tuned. i love watching tv o
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Nov 2, 2013 6:00pm PDT
and warriors looking for it too after kings give up 126 points to the clippers thursday. don't wag your tail at me, i'll be right back after the break. >>> welcome back to nbc bay area. sharks sporth the second best record in hockey. they're 10, 1, 2. the head coach says the defense man boyle will play in tonight's contest against the coyotes. boyle missed the last seven games after being knocked out during the game against the st. louis blues. >> it's no fun being out. guys have played. can't say i've enjoyed it all that much. it's important for know get out there and get involved physically early hopefully and try to put that image that i have behind me. >> and speaking of coming back, the warriors are back at oracle tonight to face the sacramento kings who have won last three of four meetings. here's thompson with more of the rivalry. >> it's always when playing a rival. it's a must win for us. battle of good teams. you know, just like i said, got to protect the home court. >> be passionate out there wouldn't surprise me. if they get chip i, it is what it is. we want to win. >> perhaps no
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Nov 14, 2013 6:00pm PST
's disease was found in onef the water pipes. >> we've don the second test and confirmed it. >> reporter: people o have compromised immune systems and anyone over age 50 are most vulnerable to legionnairs disease. >> the simplymptoms of legionne pneumonia are fever, shortness of breath, sometimes chest pain, cough. >> reporter: more than 60 people work ithe building. so far, non have reported still staff has bn instructed not to drink the water. >> while we're aresses the problem, the crime lab has put solid, you know, contingency plan in place. they broughtn portable eye washes and portable showers. because if they get chemicals spilled on tm, that have to use the owers. >> reporter: the d.a. who joer sees the lab says the building has two water systems. because the crime lab use distilledwater, no pending criminal cases will be impacted. the bacteria was discovered in theirst water quality test sie the $75 million blding open in 2009. e county says it's now working on a plan to prevent bacteria buildup om happening again. >> we're goingo have a case where w go in, flushhe water. the wh
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Nov 15, 2013 6:00pm PST
'ssorry. >> i apologize to our citizens. our apogize to our politicians. to -- we don't wan to hide. >> reporter: apologizing for telling the pubc gang-related homicides are down re than 40% coared to last year. when in reality, the department doesn't know that. becauset was comparing appl to oranges. our instigation sparked outrage from citynd county leaders. someone should hav said, you know, these numbers don't necessarily refct the ye-over-year drop in gang crime cause we changed the definition. that didn't happen and that's what'stroubling. >> we shouldn't ve anything to hide. if there'something to hide, it's a full-blown scanda >> reporter: earlier this month used stricter criteria and tment compared those numbers to last year's which didt have the stricter criteria, revealing a dramaticdrop. >> you're right. we probably --t is ales to oranges. it is. and it's not a true or fair comparison. >> rorter: the department did t tell the public until after wetarted asking questions. >> in hindsight, we wouldn't make that comparison. believe me. it wasn't messaged properl in our part, and i take r
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Nov 8, 2013 6:00pm PST
-- they to not identify with either male or female. they don't want to be -- they don't want people to make assumptions based on, oh, he's male or he's, you know, so -- >> or what he's wearing. >> or what he's wearing. you know? it's like he wants there to be a blur. >> reporter: sasha attends maybeck high school in berkeley. students and teachers wore skirts today to pay tribute to their classmate. now, yesterday the 16-year-old accused of setting the skirt on fire was arraigned in an oakland courtroom. he is charged, he is being charged, rather, with a hate crime. there are reports that investigators, that he told investigators that he was homophobic. back here live, as you can see, this is line 57 where the bus route is going. the 16-year-old apparently told his mom that he is remorseful. and that he was just playing around and that he wants to apologize to sasha. we'll have more on this story coming up at 11:00. reporting live in oakland, i'm cheryl, hurd, nbc bay area news. >> thank you. as just mentioned, it was a powerful show or support from his classmates. several students, teachers and even t
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